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Illuminating Stewardship in Today’s Culture

Stewardship is an act of practical theology. Accordingly, context matters deeply. In today’s post,

Sharing Bicycles, Sharing Waste

The negative impact of experimental projects, especially in business, is typically measured financially.

All Together in One Place

The end of the month is always a good time to reflect on the past. This time we are looking way back,

You Can’t Beat God’s Giving

Inspired by the song "You Can't Beat God's Giving," and her experiences growing up immersed in ministry,

Sharing Control

Child's play is nothing to be overlooked, since our understanding of developmental psychology continues

Stewards of the Promise

Now that fall stewardship campaigns are in the rearview mirror, it’s tempting not to address money

9 Ways to Enrich Stewardship for 2019

Huge thanks to everyone who worked to enrich the newsletter in 2018, including both those who wrote

Telling our Stories about God and Money

As we near the end of Advent with anticipation for another year of hearing Mary’s powerful testimony

Compost Bin Stewardship

I love a good metaphor, and today’s post by James Dontje really delivers. Metaphors, when they work

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